• What we'll do (**BRING PHOTO ID**)
Bradford Chamberlain of Cray Inc will speak on the Chapel Programming language:
Brad Chamberlain is a Principal Engineer at Cray Inc. where he leads the design and implementation of the Chapel parallel programming language. Brad is also associated with the University of Washington as an affiliate professor in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering.
In this talk, Brad will describe Chapel—a programming language whose goal is to support productive, general-purpose parallel computing at scale. Chapel can be viewed as striving to be as easy to read and write as Python while resulting in scalable performance that competes with Fortran, C, OpenMP, and MPI (the de facto choices for large-scale scientific computing). Chapel is portable, running on laptops, clusters, the cloud, and supercomputers. It is also open-source, being developed at GitHub under the Apache 2.0 license.
• What to bring
* Yourself, everyone should come with photo id
* everyone will need to sign an NDA at the door via a tablet
* There are instructions for getting to the Dropbox floor:
"Take the elevators up to the 40th Floor (following signs for Sky Lobby). When exiting the elevators on the 40th floor walk toward the Starbucks and take a left toward the next set of elevator banks.
**NOTE: the elevators in this area are different on the right and left sides of the elevator bay. Take the elevators that go between 57 and 65 (on your right when facing away from the Starbucks) and exit at Floor 63.
• Important to know
Transit information: Light Rail Maps & Fares: http://www.soundtransit.org/Schedules/Link-light-rail?tab=Map The Pioneer square station is just a block and a half away from Columbia Center ￼ Republic Parking Located at 4th and Columbia and is valet.